Move Inc. has promoted Allan Dalton, president and CEO of property listings site Realtor.com, to president of Move’s Real Estate division.

In addition to leading Realtor.com, Dalton will now lead SeniorHousingNet.com, Top Producer Systems and The Enterprise, according to a company announcement. Realtor.com is the official property listings Web site of the National Association of Realtors.

Move Inc. was previously known as Homestore. The company rebranded as Move earlier this year.

“We are confident that Allan’s knowledge, vision and strategic skills will drive improved performance in our new home and rentals businesses. Allan has unique and proven expertise in matching millions of consumers with the right professional help and housing choices,” Mike Long, CEO of Move, said in an announcement.

Dalton in a statement said: “My goal is for Move to become emblematic with both consumers and industry partners regarding When, Where & How to Move…Move must serve consumers already in the market and those who need additional information to enter the market. We plan to collaborate with home builders, rental owners and managers, and Realtors to leverage Move’s considerable inventory of tools and skills in influencing millions of Americans to strengthen their interest in renting and buying real estate.”

Stephen Feltner, president of Move’s New Home division, and Maria Pietroforte, president of Move’s Rentals division, will continue in their current roles, reporting directly to Dalton.

Move Inc. operates a variety of real estate Web sites, including Move.com, Realtor.com, WelcomeWagon.com, Moving.com, SeniorHousingNet.com, Topproducer.com, FactoryBuiltHousing.com and Homeplans.com.

Move stock (Nasdaq: MOVE) traded at $5.09 per share Monday morning.

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